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The Governor has announced additional customer service improvements for the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles (NCDMV) for 2016. The office-based improvements are aimed at reducing wait times, particularly for obtaining new driver licenses and identification cards as well updating...
Governor Pat McCrory announced that more North Carolinians are already taking advantage of new customer-friendly options at the state's Division of Motor Vehicles. Online driver license renewals have increased by more than 2,000 to 6,500 issuances during the five days since the program's full launch
This week Carolina Journal reported on an important ruling against an occupational license in Texas. State leaders should take note.
A ruling by the Texas Supreme Court earlier this summer striking down an occupational licensing requirement has raised hopes that other states, including North Carolina, will move to ease job licensing restrictions.
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that online driver license renewal will now be available statewide by the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV). The improvement is part of the governor's "Driving Change" initiative which is focused on improving customer service at the DMV through technology...
A recent Carolina Journal article highlighted an important ruling against an occupational license in Texas. North Carolina state leaders should take note.
A ruling by the Texas Supreme Court earlier this summer striking down an occupational licensing requirement has raised hopes that other states, including North Carolina, will move to ease job licensing restrictions.
A state senator has taken up the cause of a North Carolina woman who left the state to earn a master's degree in counseling at a Seattle college, then returned only to be told by the state licensing board that she couldn't practice her profession because the school she attended didn't have the pro
On this Fourth of July Week, North Carolina is unveiling a new state license plate that recognizes the state's historic role in the creation of the United States. Beginning today, North Carolina motorists can choose a new "First in Freedom" standard state license plate for the first time since 1982.
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that North Carolina has begun implementing a testing phase for on-line renewal of driver licenses.
Two of the state's most powerful lawmakers are perplexed that their education reform bill passed unanimously in the House but immediately was assigned to the Senate's Ways and Means Committee, a graveyard for legislation.
The moles are reporting in about the appearance of something in Jones Street's lower chamber called the "License Plate Subcommittee."
It wouldn't make much sense to buy beer for alcoholics in an effort to reduce alcoholism. So why is the state using tax dollars to mail garbage to suspected litterers?
The Governor's Office issued the following statement after petitions were delivered calling on the governor to stop the issuance of specialty license plates that bear the image of the Confederate battle flag.
The Office of Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement after a political news conference held by the North Carolina NAACP regarding the issuance of license plates that bear the image of the confederate battle flag.
The obvious problem with the cause often identified as "states' rights" is that it has sometimes been used to defend odious practices such as slavery and segregation. There's an even more basic problem, however, and it lies in the wording of the phrase itself. Governments can have...
The obvious problem with the cause often identified as "states' rights" is that it has sometimes been used to defend odious practices such as slavery and segregation. There's an even more basic problem, however, and it lies in the wording of the phrase itself. Governments can have...
A state senator has taken up the cause of a North Carolina woman who left the state to earn a master's degree in counseling at a Seattle college, then returned only to be told by the state licensing board that she couldn't practice her profession because the school she attended didn't have the pro
On this Fourth of July Week, North Carolina is unveiling a new state license plate that recognizes the state's historic role in the creation of the United States. Beginning today, North Carolina motorists can choose a new "First in Freedom" standard state license plate for the first time since 1982.
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that North Carolina has begun implementing a testing phase for on-line renewal of driver licenses.
Two of the state's most powerful lawmakers are perplexed that their education reform bill passed unanimously in the House but immediately was assigned to the Senate's Ways and Means Committee, a graveyard for legislation.
It wouldn't make much sense to buy beer for alcoholics in an effort to reduce alcoholism. So why is the state using tax dollars to mail garbage to suspected litterers?
The obvious problem with the cause often identified as "states' rights" is that it has sometimes been used to defend odious practices such as slavery and segregation. There's an even more basic problem, however, and it lies in the wording of the phrase itself. Governments can have...
The obvious problem with the cause often identified as "states' rights" is that it has sometimes been used to defend odious practices such as slavery and segregation. There's an even more basic problem, however, and it lies in the wording of the phrase itself. Governments can have...
A recent blog post published by a liberal organization outlines the experiences of two students who sought to acquire free state-issued voter photo IDs from the NC DMV.
As often happens at the North Carolina General Assembly, the new fiscal year has begun with the House and Senate not yet finished with a budget-adjustment bill. Medicaid funding, teacher compensation, and a few other issues continue to divide the two chambers.
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that he will sign the General Assembly's $21 billion conference budget when it hits his desk, as the proposal is within the parameters he set out over the last several months.
Active duty members, veterans and military spouses can have selected military training and past experience converted into college credit and/or professional licenses in North Carolina under legislation signed into law today by Governor Pat McCrory.
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